tokenHacks
A Global, Virtual Hackathon

Thefuture belongs toeveryone.

Tokenization economies were created to educate. To inform people where their assets had come from, how they could be stored or used, and what would become of them in the future. This level of transparency has the power to remove barriers of entry and provide us all with the data around our assets that we deserve.

However, regulatory restrictions and fear of the unknown are standing in the way. That’s where you come in. We’re calling on the most passionate minds in public blockchain and technology to come together and take on the challenge of introducing tokenization to the world.

Join us to create a global economy built on safety, security, and access to information.

Prizes

Grand Prize

  • Cash Prize: $20,000 USD
  • Token Prize: 20,000EVTs

Runner Up Prize

(Fresh Code)
  • Cash Prize: $5,000 USD
  • Token Prize: 5,000EVTs

Runner Up Prize

(Pre-Existing Code)
  • Cash Prize: $5,000 USD
  • Token Prize: 5,000EVTs

Special Video Award

Winner: $5000 USD & 5000EVTs

The video award will award the best video that is being uploaded on Youtube, that describes the everiToken project the best along with the best video production.

Runner up prize: $1000 USD & 1000EVTs

Milestone Prizes

Team Update

Weekly Prize (8 Winners): 500EVTs

  • During each week of the everiToken Hackathon, one team will be selected to receive the top update of the week. This will be based on the report given by an individual team member at the end of the week and will be judged by an internal everiToken judging panel. Teams can only win this prize once during the duration of the hackathon

Social Media

Weekly Prize (8 Winners): 250EVTs

  • During each week of the everiToken Hackathon, one team will be selected to receive social star of the week. This will be based on the amount and quality of social posts the teams create using the event hashtag. Teams can only win this prize once during the duration of the hackathon and spam entries will not be counted.

Community

Bi-Weekly Prize (4 Winners): 500EVTs

      • Every other week of the everiToken Hackathon, one Facebook Group, Meetup or similar tech community will be selected as the top community of the week. This will be based on the highest number of referral registrations communities submit. When promoting to your community, make sure to remind them to mention your community’s name under “how did you hear about the Hackathon”. Communities can only win once per group during the duration of the hackathon. 

Challenges

(1) Payments Challenge:

Create a micro-payments application based on everiPay / everiPass (example markets include: shopping malls, brick & mortars, subway systems).

(2) Tokenization Challenge:

Tokenize on assets/equities based on everiToken APIs (example assets: tickets, points, coupons, financials, real estate, etc).

(3) Open Challenge:

Build anything related to everiToken public chain.

(4) Special Video Challenge:

This challenge doesn’t require a prototype, API, or tech documentation. Instead, we want you to focus on the impact of tokenization on your community or the world at large.

Tracks:

This hackathon is all about ideas and how they can apply to the tokenization economy. If you’ve been working on an idea for a while, or if you created your protype last night, this event is open to you.

We have runner-up prizes for both those that use fresh code (started coding after the hackathon began) and those that use pre-existing code (building on top of code that existing prior to the hackathon start date). The overall grand prize will be judged on the quality of the project idea and how the tokenization technology was applied, something we believe both tracks can compete equally for.

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Technology

everiToken official websites:

everiToken ecosytem websites:

everiToken technical guide:

Timeline

September 12

Hackathon Launch & Team Development
Teams will form and leverage technologies or partners to build their solutions

September 26

Webinar #1: Challenge Overview & Getting Started with everiToken

Open Office Hours: Attempt to reach all teams on progress and next steps

October 9

Webinar #2: Talk Through Specific Challenges & Tech
Open Office Hours: Attempt to reach all teams on progress and next steps

October 18

Webinar #3: Solutions, Submissions & Final Tech Talk

October 28

Demos Due
AngelHack will work with all or select teams on collecting their presentation

October 29 - November 1

Judging and Team Selection
AngelHack will work with judges to select the teams and announce winners

November 2

everiToken Hackathon Winners Announced
Winner of the everiToken Hackathon are announced to the public

JUDGING CRITERIA

Fundability

(5 points) How fundable is this idea? Is there potential for a sustainable business model?

UI/UX

(5 points): Beyond design, was the end-to-end user experience for the solution considered?

Originality

 (5 points) How original, creative or unique is the idea?

Scalability

(5 points): How scalable is the solution? Will it make an impact?

everiToken Usage

 (10 points) Was the technology applied in an innovative and functional manner?

Video Criteria

 (Only applies to the special video challenge) Did your video clearly explain the future of tokenization in a new, exciting, and impactful way? Was it a video that those unfamiliar with the space could understand? 

Judges

Brady Luo
Brady Luo
Co-founder & CEO, everiToken
John Slyusarev
John Slyusarev
Managing Parther SMC Capital
John Patrick Mullin
John Patrick Mullin
trade.io Managing Director, trade.io HK | Regional Director, FinTech Connector
Ceeji Cheng
Ceeji Cheng
CO-FOUNDER & CPO, EVERITOKEN

Rules

  • Teams of up to 5 participants are allowed. All team members must have completed the participation agreement to compete.
  • Teams have full ownership of everything they build at our events and are free to do with it as they wish.
  • Winning teams will be subject to a code-review at some point following the event or immediately before winning.
  • Winning teams will be subject to an identity check for verification prior to the release of any cash prizes
  • All participants must agree to the hackathon participation agreement during registration
  • Solutions that have the potential to be applied to existing business models are encouraged

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